Chelsea agree personal terms with ex-Super Eagles invitee, who's also drawing interest from Man Utd

Published: June 11, 2024
Chelsea agree personal terms with ex-Super Eagles invitee, who's also drawing interest from Man Utd

Premier League giants Chelsea, have made a significant breakthrough in their pursuit of Crystal Palace forward Michael Olise, agreeing on personal terms with the former Super Eagles invitee, according to an exclusive report from GIVEMESPORT.

The Blues have been keen on signing the talented winger, who has been impressing in the Premier League, and have now taken a crucial step towards securing his services.

The quad-national winger, who has been described as 'sensational' has been attracting interest from multiple clubs, including Manchester United, but Chelsea appear to be leading the race.

The west London outfit have verbally agreed on personal terms with Olise, a development that suggests a deal is edging closer.

However, it's important to note that nothing has been officially signed, and other clubs can still enter the fray.

Manchester United, in particular, remain interested in Olise and could yet present an offer that rivals Chelsea's proposal.

Despite this, Chelsea's agreement on personal terms represents a significant step forward in their bid to bring Olise to Stamford Bridge.

The next hurdle for Chelsea is discussing the scheduling of payments for Olise's release clause with Crystal Palace.

The Eagles are likely to drive a hard bargain, given Olise's impressive performances and the interest from top clubs.

Chelsea will need to negotiate a payment structure that satisfies Palace's demands, a process that may take some time.

Olise's potential signing would be a significant coup for Chelsea, who are rebuilding their squad under new coach Enzo Maresca.

The winger's pace, skill, and creativity would be a welcome addition to the Blues' attack, which has been lacking depth and quality in recent seasons.

Ejim Kaycee

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